Just like everyone else, OCZ wants to get in on the ever expanding netbook market. Showing off their very first netbook at CeBIT the OCZ Neutrino netbook offers up the netbook with a little twist.
The OCZ Neutrino will be available in two different variations, offering a “DIY” model, and a decked out OCZ special model.
For users who want a little more customization room the OCZ DIY netbook will allows users to select their own RAM quantities, along with a choice of HDD and operating system, offered at a “competitive price”. The other model / edition will be for high-end users who will have to pay a price premium, which is currently undisclosed.
The OCZ Neutrino netbook features a 10.1-inch display, which is LED backlit and has a 1,024 x 600 pixel resolution, with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom (N270) CPU, upto 2GB DDR2 RAM, Intel 945GSE chipset and an optional 250GB OCZ SSD.
Connections include VGA output, 2x USB 2.0, and Ethernet. 802.11 WiFi, a 4-cell battery and 1.3 megapixel camera also also included on the 2.86 lb netbook.
We also like the idea of both Windows XP and Ubuntu OS choices.